With no indictments in sight in Ben Zygier case, court extends gag order by 2 weeks
If the prosecution can't decide on charges by next deadline, it will allow some light to be shed on the alleged Mossad agent's case.
Despite having promised to inform a court of its decision by Thursday, the State Prosecution still hasn’t decided whether anyone should be indicted for negligence in the case of Ben Zygier, the alleged Mossad agent who committed suicide while in prison. On Wednesday, therefore, it asked the Rishon Letzion Magistrate’s Court to grant it an extension until April 24.
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